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Are you a lazy developer? If you aren't, you should be! Find out about editor tricks that can save you hours and hours of effort and frustration. Learn about browser tips that make it easy to test your sites with different users, track down elusive bugs, and test. Develop the virtue of laziness by automating as much as you can with makefiles, the Drupal Shell, regression tests, and other goodies. Share your best tips during this interactive session. Use your new free time to rock even more!
Topics: DrupalCon DC 2009, Sacha Chua
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Mar 9, 2009
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access callback, page callback, title callback maybe render callback and of course the block callback....
Topics: Drupalcon DC 2009, Karoly Negyesi
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Mar 7, 2009
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Map/Reduce. Functional programming. Clouds. Document-oriented databases. Column stores. The future is coming and we should be prepared.
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Topics: Drupalcon DC 2009, Karoly Negyesi, David Strauss
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Demonstrations of developer security problems and their solutions. How to work with the Drupal Security Team.
Topics: Drupalcon DC 2009, Neil Drumm, Greg Knaddison, Matt Cheney, Ezra Gildesgam
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Quality Assurance is Good for Business. Drupal makes it easy to add powerful features to sites, whether through standard tools (CCK, Views, Panels 2, etc.) or through hand-coded extensions. Sophisticated modules and themes can provide great advantage or great frustration to the end user. We'll discuss some standard and not-so-standard techniques that help ensure the delivery of quality Drupal sites that are a joy to use.
Topics: Drupalcon DC 2009, Fen Labalme, Nathaniel Catchpole
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Caching is a critical component of Drupal. But how does it work? This session will clearly explain the nuts and bolts of the caching system internals, present successful caching strategies, and show how caching solutions can change as Drupal scales up using memcache as an example. One fortunate attendee will receive a free auto-throttle probability limiter.
Topics: Drupalcon DC 2009, John VanDyk
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Demonstrations of common security problems and their solutions. How to stay updated with the Drupal Security Team and Update status.
Topics: Drupalcon DC 2009, Neil Drumm, Greg Knaddison, Matt Cheney, Ezra Gildesgame
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It's easy to set up a single GNU/Linux server, but there's no obvious way to take those same skills and build functional clusters. If you want to do that, you need a whole new class of tools. At Four Kitchens, we've done the hard work: we maintain an in-office lab to develop and apply cluster-level integration and management techniques to the challenging problems we encounter managing our clients' infrastructure. We'd like to show you what we've learned in our lab and in the field.
Topics: DrupalCon DC 2009, David Strauss
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How Sun works with Drupal.
Topics: DrupalCon DC 2009, Scott Mattoon, Eric Rei
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Mar 6, 2009
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Tweaking Drupal to squeeze out the last drop is a good idea, but the biggest part of a website's loading time is spent on retrieving CSS, JavaScript and images. To get a truly zippy website, it is therefore vital to drastically reduce the time spent here. In this session, youâll get to know why sites are slow and learn techniques to identify and resolve bottlenecks: From simple Apache tweaks to rethinking your theme so that it can be loaded faster there's something for everyone.
Topics: DrupalCon DC 2009, Käfer and Khalid Baheyeldin
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Mar 6, 2009
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What do Fast Company, The Big Money, The Onion, Lifetime Television, SonyBMG, Flex.org, DressupChallenge.com, and NowPublic have in common? All are popular sites, some with traffic of a million or more pageviews a day. But there's more. They all run on Drupal. Some people still ask if Drupal can scale. We say, "It's not a question of IF, but HOW". Come and hear how we scale sites like myLifetime.com, TheBigMoney.com, and DressUpChallenge.com.
Topics: DrupalCon DC 2009, Thomas Wysocki
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90% of the page loading time is spent on retrieving CSS, JavaScript and images. There are lots of techniques to reduce this, but using a CDN is the most effective. Currently it's expensive to integrate with a CDN (especially if you want to avoid vendor lock-in) and it's hard to serve file A from a CDN, file B from a static file server and file C from neither. In this session, you'll learn about the push-to-CDN model, which makes all of this trivial.
Topics: DrupalCon DC 2009, Wim Leers
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Are you a lazy developer? If you aren't, you should be! Find out about editor tricks that can save you hours and hours of effort and frustration. Learn about browser tips that make it easy to test your sites with different users, track down elusive bugs, and test. Develop the virtue of laziness by automating as much as you can with makefiles, the Drupal Shell, regression tests, and other goodies. Share your best tips during this interactive session. Use your new free time to rock even more!
Topics: DrupalCon DC 2009, Sacha Chua